San Francisco Voters Largely Support Chewing Tobacco Ban at Baseball Stadiums, Survey Finds
About two-thirds of San Francisco voters support a proposal, by city Supervisor Eric Mar, to ban chewing tobacco at the city's baseball stadiums, according to a survey by Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin, Metz & Associates. Specifically, about 63% of 503 respondents said they initially supported the measure, and 65% said they supported it after hearing arguments about its pros and cons.
- "Ban Chewing Tobacco at Baseball Games? Voters Like the Idea" (Knight, San Francisco Chronicle, 4/13).